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New York. Frederick Schnor
ing got Supreme Court to take
"n" out of name because funny
ginks called him "Snoring" and
Washington- Naval appropri
ation bill, carrying no battleships,
passed ty House.
Bloomington, 111. John W.
Stone, 70, Civil War veteran,
killed by train.
Washington. Lorimer asked
Senator Lea to defer discussion of
Illinois senator's case. Lea re
fused, but promised no action un
til Lorimer should be well enough
to present defense.
Galesburg, 111. Kolle de Witt,
'Austrian, tried to resist policeman
in strike riot. He may recover.
Washington- Henry W. A.
Page, N. Y. linen broker, found
guilty of libeling House Judiciary
Commfttee. New trial. .
For the love of Michael ! Who'd
ha' thought the House Judiciary
Committee could be libeled?
Tulsa, Okla. Tornado wreck
ed Skiatook. 14 killed; many
Springfield, 111. Extra session
appropriation bill for $25,000,
about which Lee OJNeil Browne
has been having fits for weeks,
,went to Deneen today.
San Diego. 200 I. W. W. on
way from Los Angeles. Chief of
Police Wilson says he won't let
'em into town. Trouble expected.
Philadelphia. Taft may cam
paign in South Dakota, only state
which has not held primary yet.
What for? Whenever our self
nominating president goes cam
paigning he only gets it worse.
Los Angeles. Robert Foster,
National Erectors' Association
detective, charged with contempt
for publishing articles in news
papers to influence Darrow jur
ors. Lockwood on stand in Dar
Arkansas City, Kan. J. W.
Nesbit, Newark, Okla., struck and
kijled by hailstone in storm.
Indianapolis. Supreme Court
has decided drys hav.e right to use
any and all means to prevent
granting of saloon licenses.
Paris. France thrown into
-convulsions by report of bureau
of vital statistics. 34,869 fewer
births than deaths.
Trenton, N. J. LaFollette;
116 votes in city and county.
Las Vegas, N. M. Sale of ,
seats Flynn-Johnson exhibition
Guatanamo, Cuba. 750 U. S. t
marines landed from transport
Spokane, Wash. Mrs. W. H.
Olds shot and killed husband.
Says self defense. Held.
Washington. LaFollette to
stump South Dakota. Primaries -Tuesday.
New York. Capt Rostron,
Carpathia, given loving cup by
Titanic survivors. Officers and i
San Diego. Gov. Johnson to
be asked, to call special session
legislature to pass law making
"breaking of I. W. W. heads legal.
Danbury, Conn. Ben Butler
forming habit getting struck by
lightning every 7 years. 28 yes-
terday. Struck in leg. Struck
yhen 14 and 2L